5 edition of A political destiny of Canada / by Goldwin Smith. With a reply / by Sir Francis Hincks found in the catalog.
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The very name, "National Policy," had been used as early as by Sir Francis Hincks, and is usually supposed to have been adapted and applied to the policy of protection by Sir Charles Tupper. Macdonald did not now place himself at the head of the movement without careful study of the Canadian situation, nor until he was convinced that the. CORRESPONDENCE OF SIR JOHN^A’CDONALD. Selections from the (Correspondence of the Right Honourable Sir John Alex-ander 3ttacdonald, g. Q. Prime tJxCinister of the Dominion of (Canada MADE BY HIS LITERARY EXECUTOR SIR JOSEPH POPE GARDEN CITY, N. Y., AND TORONTO DOUBLEDAY, PAGE & COMPANY F lot COPYRIGHT, , BY .
Goldwin Smith, "Annexation" to his opponents, historian, journalist (b at Reading, Eng 13 Aug ; d at Toronto 7 June ). An acknowledged historian and journalist when he settled permanently in Canada in , Smith became best known to Canadians as the advocate of union with the US as a prerequisite to moral unification of the Anglo-Saxon race. In , Smith moved to the United States after accepting a position as professor of English literature and constitutional history at Cornell. Although he retained the professorship until , his removal to Canada () prevented him from assuming full-time duties at the university during most of his tenure.
Goldwin Smith in Canada. From The Montreal (Quebec) Gazette. Aug. 20, ; Credit The New York Times Archives. See the article in its original context from Aug , Page 6 . Goldwin Smith, –, English educator, historian, and journalist. Educated at Oxford, he took a prominent part in executing reforms at the university and became () professor of modern history there. In many writings he expounded his ardently democratic, strongly anti-imperialistic, and antimilitaristic outlook. Source for information on Smith, Goldwin: The .
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Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. Hincks, moreover, had a keen interest in history, particularly with regard to the role he and other “Baldwinite” Reformers had played in it. In he had published a short Political history of Canada between and and he was then at work on his more lengthy Reminiscences of his public life which appeared in U.S.
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Back in the s, Professor Goldwin Smith of Toronto acted as a self-appointed proponent of Canada's full commercial and political union. Francis Hincks, The political history of Canada between and a lecture delivered on the 17th October,at the request of the St.
Patrick’s National Association, with copious additions (Montreal, ); Reminiscences of his public life (Montreal, ). “How history is written: the Hincks to Dent letters,” ed. Elizabeth Nish.
The political destiny of Canada. By Goldwin Smith, with a reply, by Sir Francis Hincks. Toronto, Belford Bros., Canada and the Canadian question. With an introd.
by Carl Berger. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, The moral crusader, William Lloyd Garrison. New York and London, Funk & Wagnalls company, Excerpt from The Political Destiny of Canada I have reason to believe that some persons would like to have the Essay on the Political Destiny of Canada, which forms the principal part of this volume, and which is reprinted from the Fortnightly Review, in a more convenient form than a back number of the periodical in which it by: 2.
SMITH, GOLDWIN, writer, journalist, and controversialist; b. 13 Aug. in Reading, England, son of Richard Pritchard Smith, an Oxford-educated physician and railway promoter and director, and Elizabeth Breton, and the only one of their seven children to survive to adulthood; d.
7 June in Toronto. After attending a private school and Eton College, Goldwin Smith in. Goldwin smith settled in Canada in at the age of forty-seven.
Thereafter he often returned to England for long visits, and continued to write for the British press more frequently than many journalists domiciled in Great Britain, but for the last half of his life his home was Toronto. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
CAMERON, ALEXANDER, lawyer and businessman; b. 22 June in Ireland, son of Allan Cameron; m. first 2 Nov. Calcina Medora Buell in Toronto, and they had two sons and two daughters; m.
secondly 7 Nov. Catharine Ward, née Lyon, in Conneaut, Ohio; they had no children; d. 15 May in Toronto. Alexander Cameron was born in Ireland during the. Each in his way a master of style, Goldwin Smith and Sir John Robert Seeley differed fundamentally from one another in the political conceptions which pervaded their historical writing.
InGoldwin Smith was made a member of the commission on national education. Dent, The Story of the Upper Canadian rebellion (2 vols., Toronto, ), and The last forty years: Canada since the union of (2 vols., Toronto, ), and Sir J.
Willison, Sir Wilfrid Laurier and the Liberal party (2 vols., Toronto, ; new ed., ) - the last a contribution to Canadian political history of outstanding. Search result for sir-francis-hincks: Banquet To Sir Francis Hincks(), The Political Destiny Of Canada(), Our Constitutional Rights Vindicated, Or, an Argument for the Legal Proscription of the Affic in Alcoholic Beverages(), Discours sur le budget(), The Northerly and Westerly Boundaries of the.
interaction of the reflected shock with the boundary layer in a shock tube and its influence on the duration of hot flow in the reflected-shock tunnel. Goldwin Smith as a Journalist TOURING many years Goldwin Smith was in the habit of promulgating his political views in weekly articles in newspapers to which he lent financial assistance.
He thus occupied himself chiefly in journalism and when from time to time he wrote a book, the style of his books was colored by his predominant occupation. An illustration of an open book. Books.
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Software. An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "The Irishman in Canada".In the decades that followed his arrival in Canada he played a key role in the development of several Canadian journals, including the Canadian Monthly, the Nation and the Week, and wrote and published the Bystander, a small but influential journal of political and social commentary.
Though Goldwin Smith had not been a major figure in British.Hincks occupied that post from October,to February,and was succeeded by Sir Samuel Leonard Tilley. This bank was the result of the merger of two banks — a Montreal and a Toronto bank. It crashed in owing fully $3, Just before the failure Sir Francis Hincks at a stormy meeting of the stockholders tried to.